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of cloudiness there and all the way up toward santa rosa and cloverdale. live doppler 7hd picking up no moisture. there is no rain expected for at least 24 to 36 hours. we could see a few changes into the latter part of the workweek. san francisco 49 and half moon bay is is 45 degrees. our chance for some showers this week are dwindling right now. we will look at the for >> thankming up. >> thank you so much. >> family and friends in santa rosa said goodbye to a 14-year-old boy killed in a tragic racing accident. 1200 people packed the santa rosa bible search for the memorial service for marcus johnson. the crowd over flowed to other areas of the church. gina johnson had the strength to say boy who to her boy who was taken from her in an instant. >> forever we will feel the warmth of your smile, marcus, your heart felt embrace, the magic in your eyes and the gentleness of your soul. >> marcus was killed when he was hit by a sprint car driven by his cousin, chase, march 16th at the race way park. the 68-year-old race way sponsor was also killed. a fund was set up in his name. a portion will go to
jose and fremont and oakland and san francisco and maybe cooler than that in santa rosa because of the fact you get sprinkles and light rain before the rest of us. we will look at our lander today, in the upper 40's to low 50's through the morning with sprinkles at noon and a better chance at 4:00 with mid-60's and lighter rain will develop as we head into the knowledge hours but it will be light and it will be scattered. notice how mile it is, near 60. more news with kristen and eric. >> happening right now, today is 10 years since the start of the war in iraq. >> at this hour, american and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm iraq, to free its people, and to defend the world from grave danger. >> former president george b. burn made the announcement the forces were entering iraq manner 19, 2003, saddam's rule in the country ended after that. although the conflict has ended, a new poll finds 53 percent of americans believe going into iraq was a big mistake. >> president obama's approval rating is now below 50 percent. a new international sur
in santa rosa. napa also reporting fog this morning. 40-degrees in walnut creek. temperatures up by a few degrees. around the bay area starting off similar to how we woke up yesterday morning. 41 palo alto. 45 outside your door in belmont. and again that little bit of patchy fog there. the on shore breeze will make its way back later this afternoon into the early evening hours. for the time being we continue with this northerly flow. you can see a close up view of the satellite and radar. the high clouds that continue to sweep across the area. this will be the case for today. the ridge of high pressure still in control of our weather pattern. it will shift right over the west coast and we'll remain here for today. as i back this up a little bit farther this system here will be what will plow into the ridge. this system will ride over it. it's not going to bring us any rain but it will cool us down. it will strengthen our on shore breeze. and tuesday night into wednesday perhaps a little bit of rain. so today 70-degrees expected for santa rosa. 67 for berkeley. low 60s in san francisco. up
up toward santa rosa and cloverdale. live doppler 7hd picking up no moisture. there is no rain expected for at least 24 to 36 hours. we could see a few changes into the latter part of the workweek. san francisco 49 and half moon bay is is 45 degrees. our chance for some showers this week are dwindling right now. we will look at the forecast coming up. >> thank you so much. >> family and friends in santa rosa said goodbye to a 14-year-old boy killed in a tragic racing accident. 1200 people packed the santa rosa bible search for the memorial service for marcus johnson. the crowd over flowed to other areas of the church. gina johnson had the strength to say goodbye to her boy who was taken from her in an instant. >> forever we will feel the warmth of your smile, marcus, your heart felt embrace, the magic in your eyes and the gentleness of your soul. >> marcus was killed when he was hit by a sprint car driven by his cousin, chase, march 16th at the race way park. the 68-year-old race way sponsor was also killed. a fund was set up in his name. a portion will go to low income student
s, in santa rosa and napa. the low will weaken. that's the key. a lot of moisture. it just doesn't have a lot of oomph with it. we'll get something out of it. sunny mott morning, clouds -- in the morning, clouds in the afternoon. mild afternoon inland. 60s and 70s. cooler buyer the coast because of a westerly breeze an some patchy low clouds, but some low to mid-70s. gilroy is in there as well. 66, menlo park, palo alto, 67. but cooler by the beaches because of the west wind. we'll take it into wednesday. kick it out of here. then everything looks mostly sunny and warmer as we head to the weekend. thank you, steve. >>> 7:09. later today, we could find out if smoke from a grass fire near antioch contains hazardous materials. people in antioch and brentwood were concerned about the smoke. it started at 2:30 yesterday afternoon in a marshland in sacramento county. it was out by 7:00 last night. firefighters let it burn itself out because no homes were in danger. plus it was hard to get to. at first, air quality district officials say the fire was a prescribed burn. but later changed
cousin race when the cousin's car slid off the track. the santa rosa 8th grader and another spector re hit and killed. the principal at rincon valley middle school plans to hold the assembly on the 29th. the teen's funeral is this sunday at santa rosa baptist church. the family has set up a memorial fund to help with funeral exex-- ex-- expenses. >>> the worldster welcome, the new pope. as lauren green report, the new pontiff had a message -- reports, the nut pontiff had a message -- the new pontiff had a message -- >> reporter: in his homily to the crowd, he called on the faithful to protect the weakest and the poorest in the world. >> translator: it means protecting people, showing loving concern for each and every person, especially children, the elderly, and those left in our hearts. >> reporter: dignitaries were there including the vice president, joe biden. the new pontiff -- pontiff sending a message to them -- >> translator: i would like to ask all men and women of good will, let us be protectors of creation, protectors of god's plan described in nature, protectors of one anot
of life, he's certainly setting a good example. >>> hundreds of people gathered at a church in santa rosa this afternoon to remember a teenage boy who was hit and killed at a racetrack last weekend. the family of 14-year-old marcus johnson held a private funeral yesterday and today was a chance for the community to participate as well. johnson was killed when his 17-year-old cousin spun out of control during a pre-race warm-up last weekend. a 68-year-old man was also killed. he owned another race car at that track. today johnson's family, friends, teachers, and coaches shared their memories as they grieved a young life lost too soon. >> i know several of the players, one of them i liked immediately was marcus. he stood out because of his friendly demeanor and hard work ethic. >> johnson was an eighth grader at rincon valley middle school in santa rosa. his family says his dream of all dreams was to drive a ferrari formula one race car on tracks around the world. >>> this evening, the chp is trying to figure out what a man was doing on an open freeway when he was hit by a car and killed. t
rosa where they are still dealing with fog. temperatures there are climbing through the 40's and 57 by delta, and breezy there and 55 in lib more. cloudy for you. we are looking at sunshine in napa and concord and san francisco right now is hazy, and the temperatures here held down by the sea breeze and it will pick up this afternoon. mid-50's in san jose, and upper 40's at half moon bay with plenty of low clouds in santa cruz in the mid-50's. so we had been used to the 70's and bright blue sky but throughout the afternoon we will see the clouds thin out, it will be dry throughout moment of the week with the exception being one day this week. we will get do that in a moment. and a chance of rain moves in late saturday into sunday. with the clouds and a breeze, we are cooler, and santa rosa is ten degrees cooler than yesterday at this time, and five degrees cooler at the airport and two to four degrees deal -- cooler at at the bay. you will notice the higher clouds around, you can see them here. it is a dirty ridge of high pressure that will allow for, still, dry conditions. but cool
upper 30s, in santa rosa and napa. the low will weaken. that's the key. a lot of moisture. it just doesn't have a lot of oomph with it. we'll get something out of it. sunny mott morning, clouds -- in the morning, clouds in the afternoon. mild afternoon inland. 60s and 70s. cooler buyer the coast because of a westerly breeze an some patchy low clouds, but some low to mid-70s. gilroy is in there as well. 66, menlo park, palo alto, 67. but cooler by the beaches because of the west wind. we'll take it into wednesday. kick it out of here. then everything looks mostly sunny and warmer as we head to the weekend. thank you, steve. >>> 7:09. later today, we could find out if smoke from a grass fire near antioch contains hazardous materials. people in antioch and brentwood were concerned about the smoke. it started at 2:30 yesterday afternoon in a marshland in sacramento county. it was out by 7:00 last night. firefighters let it burn itself out because no homes were in danger. plus it was hard to get to. at first, air quality district officials say the f
are down. as initial -- it's 4:03 in oakland, san jose, and santa rosa. all those prices are down about a quarter from this year. >>> twice excite the rent budget cuts. >>> plus why an academy award winning actress is sleeping in a glass box in a new york museum. >>> welcome back. time now 5:22. check this out. sleeping on a job has a new meaning for actress tilda. saturday she slept inside that glass box for eight hours. it was part of a living art display at a new york museum. this is not the first time she has been quote living art. she did the same thing at a museum in london in 1995 and did it in roam a year late -- in rome a year later. >>> the metropolitan museum of art in new york is in a lawsuit. they point the museum sign with a posted $25 adult admission with the word recommended in a lot smaller type underneath it. the met deny any deception. it's policy asking visitors for a donation. >>> despite recent cut backs and concerns about accreditation city college of san francisco plans to double its classes. more than 980 classes will be offered. the extra classes are being fund
's 4:03 in oakland, san jose, and santa rosa. all those prices are down about a quarter from this year. >>> twice excite the rent budget cuts. >>> plus why an academy award winning actress is sleeping in a glass box in a new york museum. >>> welcome back. time now 5:22. check this out. sleeping on a job has a new meaning for actress tilda. saturday she slept inside that glass box for eight hours. it was part of a living art display at a new york museum. this is not the first time she has been quote living art. she did the same thing at a museum in london in 1995 and did it in roam a year late -- in rome a year later. >>> the metropolitan museum of art in new york is in a lawsuit. they point the museum sign with a posted $25 adult admission with the word recommended in a lot smaller type underneath it. the met deny any deception. it's policy asking visitors for a donation. >>> despite recent cut backs and concerns about accreditation city college of san francisco plans to double its classes. more than 980 classes will be offered. the extr
at our visibility map. you can see its reduced down to 3 mi. in santa rosa and half moon bay. the careful if you are driving out there this morning. still on the cool side we're looking at the reason for it in the bay area. 39 in pleasanton. if you're in oakland at the running festival this morning it's 46 degrees. today will be the warmest day of the week. sunny skies in the afternoons and a few degrees warmer than will we saw yesterday. changes are on the way. rain is returned to the forecast. details are coming later. >> in developing news. the fatal violence at a virginia has a bay area that the gunman and one victim are from the bay area. kron 4's mike pelton is in the newsroom with more details on the shooter and his victims. >> the marine corps identified the alleged sergeant eusebio lopez, a 25-year-old marine from pacifica. he was a tactics candidates school and a machine gunner. he joined the marines in 2006 and has more than 10 awards. he served in both iraq and >> lopez is accused of shooting to death corporal jacob wooley, from massechusetts. as well as lance corporal sara ca
a raceway crash that killed the 14-year-old boy from santa rosa this weekend. marcus johnson died when his 17-year-old cousin chase lost control of a sprint car and crashed right into the pit area at the raceway. the johnson family now said chase tells him the steering wheel in his car came loose as he entered a turn. that ultimately caused the crash. the family said that car was new. at this point it's not clear why the wheel would come loose. the crash happened while chase johnson was driving warm-up laps for an upcoming competition. >>> we are on stormwatch. meteorologist christina loren is standing by with a look at potential rain onot potential, there is rain coming to the bay area. >> right, there is. i've been wrong before, but not many times. it is happening, got to be honest. temperatures are looking pretty good. nice and mild. all the cloud cover overhead subtropical moisture. feels muggy, tropical. last day of winter. it's going to feel winter-like tomorrow for the first day of spring. temperatures getting close to the 70 degree mark just about everywhere. here our counterclockw
in santa cruz tracking the incoming storm. you'll notice here santa rosa some light rain. the yellow is not heavy rainfall now. it's most of it evaporating sm. reaching the ground. getting rain along the coast lichblt light rainfall haiding out towards east way. streets turning wet in oakland as you take it down to street level here. go inland a little bit some light rainfall across 580. san jose reporting light rain. willow glenn you'll notice santa clara. keep umbrellas around. you can see rain drops on the lens here. temperatures 56 in san francisco. 61 in san jose. 52 half moon bay. here is a different vantage point. some cloud cover around, temperatures 61 degrees in livermore, sheer what is coming up. scattered showers tonight periods of rain and a windy pattern will develop. it will be a dry one for two days, satellite showing a cold front approaching but getting a band of moisture so scattered showers this evening. light so far into the night time hours. then, showers will let up for the start of the 5 5:00 a.m. commute there. you'll notice showers around then, as the commute
in santa rosa where 14-year-old marcus johnson was remembered today. >> reporter: heather this message at rincon valley middle school will greet students returning tomorrow from spring break. expressing the sorrow many of them shared today. >> reporter: when he was 3 years old he started watching his cousin chase race. >> reporter: both racers both champions until a freak accident with a steering wheel sent one teenager's car careening out of control hitting and killing his own cousin. >> marcus was watching a race in marysville when a freak unforseen, unavoidable accident took place. >> reporter: that was the only mention of the crash as a crowd filled this church and overflowed into two other rooms. 1,700 people in all. >> he would be overwhelmed i think he would say wow, cool. but i wish they all were in an arena some where watching me play basketball. >> reporter: basketball was the eighth graders other passion. >> he didn't turn his uniform in immediately at the end of the season. >> reporter: his coach remembers an apology marcus wrote to him. >> not only did he take the time to
car crash over the weekend. students at rincon valley middle school in santa rosa will return from spring break next week and grieve together over the classmate, marcus johnson. patrick eagle, basketball coach and teacher, described marcus as a -- as a model student and teacher. >> i was completely shocked. i didn't think that was possible, not marcus. >>> on saturday, johnson was in the pit area watching his cousin race at marysville park when the car went off the track and hit him and another spectator, killing them both. a memorial for the 8th grader sits outside the johnson family's muffler shop. investigators are looking into whether a detachable steering wheel in the car malfunctioned. >>> the chp has recognized officer tyler carlton as its trooper of the year. the agency says chp officer carlton exhibited tremendous heroism trying to save his partner shot in september along interstate 680 in alamo. the chp says carlson's actions ensured no one else was hurt. his efforts to perform cpr also ensured that he his organs could be donated, in accordance with his wishes. >>> david
the weekend. students at rincon valley middle school in santa rosa will return from spring break next week and grieve together over the classmate, marcus johnson. patrick eagle, basketball coach and teacher, described marcus as a -- as a model student and teacher. >> i was completely shocked. i didn't think that was possible, not marcus. >>> on saturday, johnson was in the pit area watching his cousin race at marysville park when the car went off the track and hit him and another spectator, killing them both. a memorial for the 8th grader sits outside the johnson family's muffler shop. investigators are looking into whether a detachable steering wheel in the car malfunctioned. >>> the chp has recognized officer tyler carlton as its trooper of the year. the agency says chp officer carlton exhibited tremendous heroism trying to save his partner shot in september along interstate 680 in alamo. the chp says carlson's actions ensured no one else was hurt. his efforts to perform cpr also ensured that he his organs could be donated, in accordance with his wishes
at the valley middle school in santa rosa will return from where they are. >> it is so crazy he is not here with us anymore. it seemed like yesterday we were just playing basketball. >> yesterday he was watching his cousin race and they killed them both. a memorial sits outside their shop and they are looking into whether a detachable steering wheel malfunctioned. >>> the president will attend four funds raisers during his visit. two of the fund raiser will be in at they are tonight. -- will be held close to that area. >>> the senate is expected to approve a spending bill. the measure will again go to the house and ask for president barack obama to pass the spending bill or face a govern. shut down. the bigger battle over the 2014 bill continues. >>> and they have a policy meeting later this morning but ben bernanke and his colleagues are not expected to make any changes. they are discuss -- discussing rising home prices. >>> workers and customers joined in a didn't tracing outside -- demonstration outside the postal service yesterday. but post master generals say they are representing $22
.p. pavilion and santa rosa and napa in the upper 50's and same thing in hayward, and fairfield at 53 and los gatos at 67 degrees. today, we are going to see the sky become more gray, with sprinkles developing and changing over to scattered light rain. we will have the unsettled weather through tomorrow, and real spring warmth headed into the first weekend in the spring. >> here is what is happening, high pressure is pushing down to the south but it is directing most of this energy to the north and a very mature system that has lost its energy with a lot of moisture coming from hawaii but not a lot of lift in the atmosphere to create it. we have a moist and mild flow. we were mild this morning and comfortable this afternoon and the reason we will be warmer tomorrow morning is because of that. with the thicker clouds, watch as the sprinkles develop across the north bay this afternoon, and you can see a better pocket of light rain at 5:00 and, also, along the peninsula coast, and as we head through the evening showers, we will have some sprinkles and light rain from time to time at at&t park bu
degrees already. san jose is looking nice out here as we look at 87 near the h.p. pavilion and santa rosa and napa in the upper 50's and same thing in hayward, and fairfield at 53 and los gatos at 67 degrees. today, we are going to see the sky become more gray, with sprinkles developing and changing over to scattered light rain. we will have the unsettled weather through tomorrow, and real spring warmth headed into the first weekend in the spring. >> here is what is happening, high pressure is pushing down to the south but it is directing most of this energy to the north and a very mature system that has lost its energy with a lot of moisture coming from hawaii but not a lot of lift in the atmosphere to create it. we have a moist and mild flow. we were mild this morning and comfortable this afternoon and the reason we will be warmer tomorrow morning is because of that. with the thicker clouds, watch as the sprinkles develop across the north bay this afternoon, and you can see a better pocket of light rain at 5:00 and, also, along the peninsula coast, and as we head through the evening sho
impressive so far. we weren't expecting a whole lot of rain. santa rosa picked up half an inch. they needed it. that's good news. all this moisture boasts very well for our rainfall totals. doing well. more on the way tend of the seven-day forecast. san jose to gilroy, nice and dry, everywhere in between as well. san martine, morgan hill, you know the the area. as you can see right now, this is what's happening. we still have the warm side of the system. all these spotty clouds behind here, an indication of a very cold air mass that's going to push in as we head through the night. the last band of moisture through the bay area. let's time that out. stop the clock on future cast at 2:00 p.m. that front draped acroissant i don't care, san mateo, mostly drive at that point. in san jose moves through 2:00 and 5:00, right in time for that evening commute. you want to keep that in mind. we'll have live updates at 5:00 and 6:00, chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. stop that clock tomorrow morning, clear, looking good. you might get caught under a stray shower. wear a jacket all day long, 50s, 60s, t
to press for stronger pipeline safety reforms. >> there were tears in santa rosa today as hundreds of people gathered to remember a teenage boy who was hit and killed in a freak accident at a racetrack last weekend. the family of 14-year-old marcus johnson held a private funeral yesterday and today was a chance for the community to join the family. johnson was killed when his 17-year-old cousin spun out of control during a prerace warmup last weekend. he was in eighth grade and his mom says he would have been touched to see everyone paying tribute to him today. >> he would be overwhelmed, i think he'd say, "wow, cool." but i wish they all were in an arena somewhere watching me play basketball. >> a 58-year-old man was also killed in an accident. he owned another race car on that track. >>> and this evening, the chp is trying to figure out why a man was walking on a freeway in oakland overnight. he was hit and killed. it happened on eastbound 580. the three right lanes were blocked for several hours while investigators within 0 the scene. police say the man may have been trying to r
possibilities. santa rosa cutting one- quarter of 1 in.. and tomorrow you will see that one-third of 1 in. to 1/2 of 1 in. for most locations. concord one-third of 1 in.. and san jose we are not going to pick up much more. spot the shower activity and as for the sierras the snowfall totals for quantity only at the higher elevations at 7,000 ft. or higher are. most of this will be rainfall. the same for the 5:00 p.m. hour the snowfall will continue for the later morning hours. just 7,000 ft. as we go towards wednesday and afternoon. we are not going to get a lot of snowfall but the higher elevations could be getting about one- half feet. they looked at your extended forecast. thursday, friday, a with- the--a look a your extended forecast with 60s for the weekend. with more cloud coverage returning. showers possibly by mid week. >> our weather seems real nice compared to much of the east coast. look at this hail-storm in mississippi. you can hear it too. (pelting) >> this is in jackson mississippi. much of the state got pounded with hail - some of it the size of softballs. some cars had their win
's right to carry a gun even after threatening the safety of a woman. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. tell your doctor if you have a history of heart or blood vessel problems, or if you develop new or worse symptoms. get medical help right away if you have symp
in memory of a teen killed in a sprint car crash over the weekend. the middle school in santa rosa will return from spring break and they will grieve together over their classmate marcus johnson. his teenagers described him as a model student and player. >> i was completely shocked. not marcus. >> now on saturday, johnson was in the pit area watching his cousin race at raceway park when the car suddenly went off the track killing them both. the memorial sits outside the muffler's shop and they are looking into whether a detachable steering wheel is to blame. >>> they are tar getting unrulely antiabortionists offering reproductive services. this happened at several planned parenthood centers and the areas will apply to entryways an exits and driveways and hospitals will be excluded. >>> a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants. they will require congress to first agree progress is being made on border security. it comes on the agreement to overhaul the immigration laws. hall would like to incorporate some of his ideas. a new study ends up in the hands of smugglers. now accord
have been comfortable. from our sutro camera, you can see skies are cloudy. santa rosa, 62 degrees. livermore, 66 degrees, here is a look at what is coming up. scattered showers tonight, periods of rain for spring z a windy pattern setting up thursday and friday. so this is a cold front approaching. we're seeing moisture ahead of the cold front. not all is reaching the ground. scattered showers for evening. very light initially. then, looking at our animation here, wide spread at 7:00 p.m. light rainfall could be moderate in pockets. then, heading into 5:00 a.m. morning commute, scattered showers. at least the start of it at 5:00 a.m. we'll see a cold front coming through. it begins to fall apart. not a lot to it. scattered showers behind this system. through thursday morning sheer what we're expecting in terms of rainfall. up to an inch in central bay and south bay. about 5/100ths to 15/100ths of rain. so we need moisture here in the bay area, we're going to be getting it. some areas getting upper 40s to mid-50s, comfortable start with the rain. tochl afternoon, you'll need umbrel
. and light, from san jose to santa rosa. the showers are coming in so late, we'll be able to reach levels close to yesterday. 70 degrees for gilroy. and 69 in san francisco. looking good until thursday. then, we're going to clear you out. forecast. savannah? >>> all right, dylan. thank you. voting is under way this morning for a special election for south carolina's first open congressional district seat. former governor mark sanford one of the names on the ballot after he looks for a comeback. kelly o'donnell is in charleston for us. kelly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. people here say they've been overwhelmed by the number of candidates, many swamping the local tv stations with campaign ads. much of the attention has been on the former governor after his public affair, and he's now seeking political redemption. a chance for an unlikely comeback. >> how are you, mark sanford, good to see you. >> reporter: former south carolina governor mark sanford is up against 15 fellow republicans running for congress. >> i feel like i'm supposed to be crawling back on to this lar
and bigotry does. that galvanized the country. it was three months later that rosa parks refused to get out of her seat on the bus. images of vietnam, mi lai, the girl running down the street with napalm burning her skin off, these were images that turned this immoral war. that's why the person in charge don't want to show these images. they know what it does to people. i said in the blog that we live in a different age now with the internet and everything. don't be surprised if a parent -- and there already was one parent. the parent of noah posner veronique who didn't want the casket closed until the governor came. she wanted the governor to see essentially half of noah's face blown off. the gun makers and nra don't want you to see this. adam lanza -- and i don't like to say his name. i don't like these people to get what they are looking for, fame or whatever. but he fired up to 11 bullets into each child. >> each child. >> what that means is, remember, he's close with an assault rifle. h he's very close to a 6-year-old. >> he's blowing the kids to pieces. >> the first bullet kills the l
continued to press for pipeline safety reforms. >>> hundreds of people gathered at a church in santa rosa today to remember a teenaged boy who was hit and killed in a freak accident at a racetrack last weekend. his mom spoke about her sports-loving 14-year-old son, and how she wished all this attention this past week could have been for something different. >> television reporters, news reporters, what? it was so sur veal. i couldn't help but wonder what marcus would have thought of all of this. especially being on "sports center." i know he would have much rather been on sports center for a fadeaway game winning buzzer than all of this. >> reporter: marcus johnson was in the eighth grade. he was killed at a racetrack near sacramento last weekend. and to make it even more painful, his 17-year-old cousin killed him when he spun out of control during a pre-race warm-up. today marcus' family, friends, and coaches shared their memories as well. >> several of the players, one of them i liked immediately was marcus. he stood out because of his friendly demeanor and hard work ethic. >> marcus' f
months later that rosa parks refused to get up out of her seat on that bus. the images of vietnam, mei lei, the little guy running down the street with napalm burning the skin off of her. these were powerful images that turned the country against this immoral war. but that's why the people in charge of stuff, they don't want to show these images anymore because they know what it does to people i just said in this blog that we live in a different age now with the internet and everything. don't be surprise federal a parent, and there already was one parent, the parent of noah posner, who did not want the casket closed until the governor of connecticut came there. she wanted the governor to see essentially half of noah's face blown off. they don't want -- the gunmakers and nra don't want you to see this. adam lanza, and i don't even like to say his name because i don't want any of these people getting the thing that they are looking for, the fame or whatever, but, you know, he fired up to 11 bullets into each child. >> into each child. >> what that means, remember, he's very close, has an
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worse. i want to focus on just the hits that health care has taken. from rosa delauro's report, we learned that since 2002, labor, health and education programs have endured cuts of 7% resulting in a nearly $12 billion reduction in funding in 2012. going forward the digs cessionary budget cap -- the digs cessionary budget cap -- discretionary budget cap are set to cut over $9 billion or 5.4% in 2021. altogether this will result in a 12% per capita cut or a nearly $22 billion cut to labor, health and education programs in 0 -- 2021, when compared to the 2002 levels. these cuts will weaken these critical programs that protect the public health and safety, promote and develop our work force and ed cailt the next -- and educate the next generation of americans. if we just rook at -- if we just look at the programs under the department of health and human services, here's a partial list. in 2012 health resources and services administration have seen a $2 billion reduction which includes a $194 million reduction to the program which provides critical funding to support training new healt
anniversary of the march on washington, and the 100th anniversary of both harriette tubman's death and rosa parks' birth, it is especially fitting to recall how helene and african-americans have reached out to one another to provide mutual support. when helenes acted to liberate themselves in 1821, james williams, a african-american sailor from my hometown of baltimore, joined the greek revolutionary navy and fought at the battle of navareno. in turn john and fotius, orphans of the greek war of independence became passionate abolitionists in america. they were a member of the educational commission of boston and new york. f.s.c. a u.s. navy chaplain helped slaves find freedom by supporting the underground railroad. in 1922, recently arrived greek immigrants organized the american hellenic educational and progressive association in georgia to defend themselves against the ku klux klan. a helpa went on to help countless greek immigrants to assimlate into american society and weighed in on many of the most significant social issues of our time. including the movement for civil rights. archbish
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